MotoGP » Stoner hoping for competitive Ducati in 2012


The Australian feels it will be a substantial boost for MotoGP if Ducati prove capable of challenging Honda and Yamaha for victories in 2012.

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FZ1 - Unregistered

January 22, 2012 5:02 AM

Stoner needs to be worried about 1 person this season.....Spies.

It would be nice to see Rossi and Ducati competitive this year but we'll see.

Spies is a proven winner, in many classes. He's raced very tough competitors and come out on top more times than not. Let's watch Stoner come apart like a cheap watch as we get into this season.

dacron

January 22, 2012 5:37 AM

@fz1...Stoner needs to be worried about 1 person this season.....Spies.

stoner is no fool mate , he will be seeing everyone as a threat , matter of fact they all do at every race they get to.
keep it real bro .

pheonix4eva

January 22, 2012 6:21 AM

Stoner speaks coz he knws he's got competative bike.
For sure J.L n Dani is goin to put sand in his mouth.
N for ducati ,we have to wait for d test n if ducati has got good bike den we would see stoner on gravels as pressure builds on him... Stoner is such a loser.

Stylo

January 22, 2012 7:18 AM

He's stated the obvious truth. the comments about 90% changes tho' aren't. Whether 10% or 90%, the changes weren't effective. Mind you that has buggerall to do wth anyone except Ducati.

Odds on Stoner shaking his head as he goes passed he overtakes a CRT..?

Adriana - Unregistered

January 22, 2012 7:59 AM

Casey would have won at least 4 or 5 races on that Ducati last year ,probably more,id love to see rossi race casey in supermoto,i reckon casey would lap him every 5 or 6 laps.

JACKBEE

January 22, 2012 9:03 AM

I seriously beleive that if Ducati do not substantially improve then they will be out of MotoGP at the end of Rossis contract.

I think they will concentrate in areas that they are best at, MotoGP is not helping their image, and if its not doing that...whats the point?

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